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What are men really thinking? A classic joke by Jerry Steinfeld proclaims, nothing. Funny, but so untrue. Being Human Now discusses the inner workings of the male mind with men ages 25-60. What is really important? How do men define a relationship with a woman and how is that value system determined? Sex, politics and racial images will be explored. Join the discussion.
This is going to be the funniest show, I will be out numbered for sure. Agree to Disagree, I will like to know the publics opinion, not only of what they think of the title but of other questions that will surely come along this very candid chat.
Does size matter? do you believe in reencarnation? and why everyone who does, has to be Napoleon or Cleopatra? You might find it fun to agree or disagree, get ready to stand your ground. Tomorrow all calls will be taken.
Friday's will be very interesting. all best and worst questions you can think of, just to see where your standing. Men and Woman Debating subjects, and neither want too lose
"Do Men & Women Know What They Want In a Relationship?" Our hosts Taheerah, Nacone, and Ziina explore the question as it seems many do not. Be sure to listen in.
So much in society and the in the media manipulates how men and women view each other. Not to mention what some of us were exposed to in our childhood and well into our adult years. Whether it be friendships and relationships, we take lessons and experiences from them and that also molds how and what we think of the opposite sex. This show more will be focusing on African Americans but more specifically African American Men and how they view African American Women. It is very disheartening and discouraging to hear the use of the word "Bitch" and "Hoe" used so frequently. When asking men what do they love most about black women, the answers were so basic. They ranged from "they're the most strongest of all races and they are beautfiul." That was the only positive responses about black women. But when asked about what they didn't like or agree with, the list was a mile long. More negative things to say than positive. There has to be more things beautiful about our black women than that, or is there? Let's talk to the guys and see what they really think about black women. This is an open forum discussion! All calls are welcomed.
Free free to call in at (347) 855-855-8637. Show starts at 7pm! Don't miss it! And if you missed the previous shows, don't forget to subscribe to the show via Itunes podcast and stitcher radio!
Wow, three more weeks, till the big transition. I am so excited and a bit anxious. But I am so looking forward to the new format. I hope you like it too. So today we are going to talk about proving yourself. Do you do that? I know I do and have been doing it in big and small ways all my life. Well today we are going to speak about the alternative to it. Hopefully you will find it enjoyable and enlightening.
So sit back and enjoy, we are going to have some fun.
Love, Laughter and light
OK, so we talked about new beginnings, now we are talking about transitions. It seems that is where we seem to being directed.
What does it mean that we transition? Well lets find out today. Why not tune in and find out how that is applying to you and where you are today.
So sit back and find out more and join in on the fun.
Love, Laughter and light
Well I am back, doing a live show, since I have decided that I will be transitioning to video podcasts in October or November, so we may be winding down the regular shows in a little while.
But while the logistics are being figured out, I am still doing the shortened shows this month and today we are going to talk about New Beginnings. I just got back from the wedding of my closest friend in the world and it brought to mind a lot of things about beginning and so I thought I would talk about those today. Hope it will resonate with you and help you move towards what it is you want.
So sit back and join in on the fun.
Love, Laughter and light
President Barack Obama is in hot water once again after making a strange statement during a farewell to White House pastry chef Bill Yosses - who is leaving that position - by saying: “We call Bill the ‘Crustmaster,’ because his pies… I don’t know what he does, whether he puts crack in them, or…”
While the individuals in attendance found it to be amusing and many on the blog message boards and social media have downplayed the seriousness of the statement, many were literally outraged that the President of the United States would be so insensitive to an issue that has wiped out entire generations and communities of Black people in America and the entire world.
Here we chop it up and dissect this statement as well as many other questions that need to be asked about President Obama and his administration in a manner that might not be to popular with many but must be applauded for its honesty whether you agree with the dialogue or not.
Leave your comments, points of view and opinions below as we look forward to discussing this and all future topics here on The LanceScurv Show!
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